There's Just Something About It

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This is just a remake of a poem that I read with a few lines that I changed, and it describes how I feel when I go fishing.

Submitted: March 12, 2013

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Submitted: March 12, 2013




There's Just Something About It by Christopher Cox


I stood in the middle water,

Current flowing through my toes,

Waiting on the sun,

To reach my zenith,

The blood pumping through my veins,

I wouldn’t have rather been anywhere else,

The adrenaline pumping like gas lines,

 Once I felt the first rough touch,

I did not hesitate to let my rod fly,

Fish here, fish there, fish everywhere

Drowning in fish,

Blinded by scales,

The net full within minutes,

Filled with food for a nice little picnic



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